Flights from Europe to Mexico City take around 12 hours while eastbound flights can take up to 90 minutes less. Aeromexico’s daily flight to Amsterdam is operated by Boeing 787-9 aircraft.
Search & Book
As of now, these fares show good availabilty and are offered until May 23, 2019. While it has a gratitous maximum stay of twelve months, some restrictions apply. The fare is only valid for flights departing Monday through Thursday and has to be booked at least 28 days before departure. Minimum duration of stay is one week.
Fares can be retrieved easily using the link above or Google Flights calendar. While booking through Aeromexico’s website can see prices increase by €80, we usually recommend going this way for Business Class tickets. It’ll result in you being able to communicate with the airline directly if any problems arise.
These fares are booking class I. This means you’ll receive plenty of award miles in some of the following frequent flyer programs:
- 36,820 on Aeromexico Club Premier
- 23,930 on China Eastern Eastern Miles
- 23,930 on China Southern Sky Pearl Club
- 22,880 on Delta SkyMiles
- 17,160 on MEA Cedar Miles
- 17,160 on GOL Aéreos Smiles
- 17,160 on Aerolineas Argentinas Plus
- 17,160 on Alitalia MileMiglia
- 17,160 on Copa ConnectMiles
- 17,160 on Czech Airlines OK Plus
- 14,300 on China Airlines Dynasty Flyer
- 14,300 on Vietnam Golden Lotus Plus
- 14,300 on FlyingBlue
- 14,300 on Saudia Alfursan
- 14,300 on Air Europa Club
- 11,440 on Korean Air Skypass
- 11,440 on Garuda Indonesia GarudaMiles
Aeromexico’s Business Class
Aeromexico’s Boeing 787 fleet Clase Premier offers you lie-flat-seats sorounded by covers to maximize privacy. The seat offers storage for small, personal items and is reclinable by touchscreen. You’ll find a more detailed look at the cabin in this review. Currently all flights in question are scheduled to be 787 aircraft. But as always, the airline is entitled to switch flight equipment without prior notice.
Information & Tips for Mexico City
3 Tips for Mexico City
Mexico City is not quite as touristic as, for example, the seaside resort city and party destination Cancun. This means that hardly anybody speaks English, but you also don’t have to be afraid of being ripped off because you look like a tourist. My 3 tips for Mexico City:
- Torre Latinoamericana: The office tower – which looks a bit ugly from the outside – offers a fantastic view over the city, especially at dusk. The ticket is valid for several visits over the course of a whole day and costs 110 Pesos (= 4,50€).
- Chapultepec Park: There is a free zoo in Chapultepec Park. Even though admission is free, you can admire a total of 252 different animal species.
- Teotihuacán: A little outside of town are the impressive pyramids of Teotihuacán. I recommend that you get there early, otherwise you’ll have to wait in line for a long time. I came by public bus (not through an organized tour), I found the instructions on how to do that in this blog. I would also recommend checking out the cave restaurant there!
For getting around Mexico City I recommend using Uber. The countless taco stands are also great and extremely cheap. However, make sure that the meat is adequately cooled. Unfortunately, you often see that raw meat is lying somewhere in the blazing sun.
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